The band is back together for the first time. Join Rare English Rose, Stalkeye and Bop in this special Marvel Netflix podcast.
Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Daredevil and Jessica Jones. Need we say more?
After a quick discussion of Hulk Hogan’s new wealth, the boys devote the entire hour to the second season of Marvel’s DAREDEVIL! Nothing is sacred, as they spoil EVERYTHING, so don’t say we didn’t warn you!Read more
Tony Burton RIP, more “Alien: Covenant” casting, another “Penny Dreadful” Season 3 trailer, two Captain Nemo films underway, “The Mist” TV-pilot ordered, “Taboo”-miniseries trailer, “Daredevil” Season 2 gearing up, HBO in some production woes, “Minecraft”-movie(?) details, spit-take of the week and more…Read more
In the first “Spinning Headlines” of the new year: “Deadwood” resurrects, “GoT” gets an opening date, “The Conjuring 2” gets a trailer, Bruce gets in a museum, Del Toro goes on a “Fantastic Voyage”, “Doctor Strange” reveals some artwork, Tarantino thinks about the future, “Tales from the Crypt” will have no Crypt-keeper and more.Read more
The Universal/Legendary/Warner love triangle continues, Bryan Singer goes 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Gambit director departs, Charlie’s Angels going for a reboot, Marvel/Netflix-series news, American Crime Story teased and the usual spit-take of the week.Read more
Star Wars-news, Electra & Aunt May casting, X-men-info, Affleck directorial news, X-Files tease, Twin Peaks possibly coming a year later than expected and more.Read more
Stephen King-adaptations, Next summer’s blockbuster(?) synopses and teaser posters, Terry Gilliam, Marvel news, “Scream” TV-series and more.Read more
Sad remake news, DC news, Marvel news, more Fox TV resurrections, Trailers and whatnot in a new, jam-packed edition of Spinning Headlines.Read more
Spider-Man, multiple Robin Hoods, Pointless Break, Daredevil, Fantastic Four, Wes Craven and the Left Shark are only some of this weeks news headlines.Read more
“Marvel’s Daredevil is a work of pure genius, bloody as hell and exceptionally drafted. The writing is clever, intelligent and beyond anything you would ever expect from a show like this, setting itself apart from other of its kind by relying on strong characters instead of derivative plot-devices.” – Mathias Folsted.Read more